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Masterplanning and Urban Design

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Current and future theory and practice: a route-map to successful masterplans

20th November 2008
America Square Conference Centre, London

www.ajmasterplanning.co.uk

Are you involved or getting into masterplanning and urban design?

The changing economic climate is increasing the need of working on masterplanning and urban design projects.

Be sure you have all the latest information so you can compete more effectively and tackle the key challenges affecting masterplanning in your designs.

Speakers include:

Paul Hyett, Chairman RyderHKS and Past President, RIBA
Sir Terry Farrell, Principa, FARRELLS
Helle Lis Søholt, Partner,GEHL ARCHITECTS
David Sim, Senior Consultant,GEHL ARCHITECTS
Kevin McGeough, National Policy Manager,Planning & Design ENGLISH PARTNERSHIPS
Hank Dittmar, Chief Executive,THE PRINCE’S FOUNDATION FOR THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT
Dr Ken Yeang, Director,LLEWELYN DAVIES YEANG

AJ’s Masterplanning and urban design conference helps you get all the information you need to design successful masterplans.

Attend to:

  • Update yourself on the latest changes to legislation affecting masterplanning, including planning policy and the Housing Regeneration Bill

  • Hear an international perspective on urban design

  • Put questions to leading practitioners in sustainable design during Question-Time an interactive session examining the issues affecting sustainable design

  • Find out what clients want from a masterplan to meet their needs more effectively

  • Develop integrated transport strategies into your urban design

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